Dark side of the Moon


Dark side of the Moon

The dark side of the Moon refers to the lunar hemisphere that is not currently lit by the sun. It is not the same as the far side of the Moon, the side that is permanently turned away from the Earth[citation needed].

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Music

Albums

  • The Dark Side of the Moon, 1973 album by Pink Floyd
  • The Flaming Lips and Stardeath and White Dwarfs with Henry Rollins and Peaches Doing The Dark Side of the Moon, album by the Flaming Lips

Songs

  • The Pink Floyd songs "Brain Damage" and "Eclipse" often mistakenly labeled "Dark Side of the Moon" because the phrase is repeated therein.
  • "The Dark Side of the Moon", a major work for brass band by Paul Lovatt-Cooper
  • "Dark Side of the Moon", a song by Dutch trance group Ernesto vs Bastian
  • "Dark Side of the Moon", an unreleased Elton John song (not to be confused with "Bad side of the Moon.")
  • Dark Side of the Moon, the final track on Lisa Brokop's 2000 album Undeniable
  • "Dark Side of the Moon", the opening track on Steve Jablonsky's Transformers: Dark Of The Moon Score

Tours

  • Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon Tour 1972-1973
  • The Dark Side of the Moon Live, 2006-2008 concert tour for the album by Pink Floyd member Roger Waters

Film and television

Literature

Video games

  • Dark Side of the Moon a PC video game consisting of 6 CD-ROMs by South Peak Interactive, and released in 1998.

See also


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